Today you will learn all chords of a scale. And these are all chords you need to play thousands of songs.

Please leave your feedback below or send me an email. Your opinion is very important to me! I try to become a little bit better every day.

How do you like these lessons so far?


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  • Hi:)
    It was my first lesson and I learned so easily!
    Thank youuu:)
    Looking forward to the next lesson
    Love from İstanbul

  • Thank you for taking the time to explain about major and minor chords. You explain it well and I look forward to learning more from you.

  • Becky Cyphert says:

    I am enjoying my lessons and I am using them to teach my 5 year old grandson. Thank you.

  • Thomas, looking foreward to next lesson, I am 66 years old and lovng this, never too old to learn right?

  • Your doctor of Rome follows you forever

  • het gaat prima,geen probleem met spelen van akkoorden .dank U

  • Are these lessons on DVD's delivered through the mail or are they on the internet?
    I am confused. Please explain this more fully.

    Thank you, Barbie

  • I thought you were giving us 10 lessons to decide if what we saw we could decide. Well, i have not received any more lessons .Help me!

  • Thank you for getting me back online!

  • Andronache says:

    I really enjoy the lessons so far. Keep up with the good work!

  • Sharon Brentlinger says:

    how do we get our music to play if we buy you course?

  • Sharon Brentlinger says:

    Can the music be printed out?

  • Hello 🙂 ive learnd it so easyly ive didnt know the chords

  • I'm sorry I think I missed Lesson 2
    Where can I find it?

  • Please I have sent you an email. Kindly check it out for me

  • Thank you so much! So excited for the next one.

  • 오즈(ooz) says:

    Thank you. Thomas. !
    I,ll. try slowly ,,,, from South Korea ^^

  • Hi Thomas! I've watched the lessons and you make it so easy for me to follow. Thank you. Really enjoy it

  • This is great! Thank you so much! Will we also learn how to read sheet music in future lessons?

  • love it do continue teaching .thanks

  • Thank you,Sir; Now I know what major and minor means and those wonderful chords and how to play them.
    I did not get or still see your second video lesson. But you touched on that. chord roots?!
    So far so good!
    Bless you, Thomas!!

  • Hey Thomas!
    Thank you much Sir!!
    OMG!!! I cannot believe that I am learning to play the piano. One of my childhood dreams and I went for piano lessons but had to stop even before I could finish the first music book in mid sixties!
    So, thank you again.
    Take care.

  • Thanks Thomas for this lesson

    Hehe thanks a lot

    Can't wait to the next piano lessons

  • I like your teaching method. It was very clear and easy to remember all the cords.Thanks again for third day lesson.

  • Thanks a lot Thomas..
    Im learning at the same time having fun..

  • Meyushapong says:

    Thanks for the piano lesson. however the transition from lesson 3 to 4 was too much and difficult. so kindly repeat that part again.
    With regards

  • Thanks for the lovely lessons.I love to play them.
    Love from India,

  • Dear Thomas, thank for for explaining the chords in such a constructive and easy-to-understand way. Your enthusiasm and passion for music are certainly epidemic. I'm looking forward to your future lessons.

  • Tomas you are amazing and wonderful as is your lessons. I like your teaching method. It was very clear and easy. Thank you for your precious time and wonderful explanations.

  • Tomas you are amazing and wonderful as is your lessons. I like your teaching method. It was very clear and easy.. Thank you for your precious time and wonderful explanations.

  • Thomas I'm so glad that i found you on YouTube you are such a great teacher. Thank you so so so much!!!!

  • Thank you so much for this third day lesson I am looking forward for the next one.

  • Thanks a lot for your very good piano lesson

  • thank you for this lesson. i really enjoy it and i will continue waiting for the other ones because i like your method.

  • Found it easy to understand . 73 years old from California.

  • Perfect! Thanks a lot..
    Actually, I don't know scales but I can play songs(faded, despacito, shape of you... etc).

  • Thanks a lot for sharing all your expertise and let others learn. Thanks a million!

  • Dear Thomas's your teaching is first class is your piano komplete course in English,

  • Tamara/Elina says:

    Hi Thomas,

    Thank you so much for the lessons. Me and my daughter enjoying your lesson. You are explaining very well for newbies. We truly appreciate your efforts 🙂

  • Lorraine Burt says:

    How wonderful, I am learning so much from my lessons. I will order the entire package from you. Thanks for everything!!!

  • Hi Thomas

    Did not get my lesson number 4

    Nice day to you


  • Really enjoy your classes. Thank you

  • I look forward to your lessons. Thank you

  • Hi, I am 55 years old and my passion was always to learn Music but never got a chance and had given up but lately I have started learning for few past weeks, I so grateful I came across your site as just watching the 3rd lesson gave me so much knowledge which I have missing in learning for past few week. I really appreciate it and wish you all the best

    Best Regards


  • This tutorial is heaven sent! Thank you so much for your effort. So far, I am enjoying learning to play the piano 🙂

  • I just wanted to say thank you for the explanation of the chords.
    I have been learning piano on my own for the last couple of months, however the theory is not that easy to understand but you made it so easy by practicing and explaining at the same time.



  • Pauline gardiner says:

    hello Thomas,these lessons are lovely, you explain things so well, I have not tried piano playing since a child, I am 80. Thank you for encouraging and happy lessons, Pauline.

  • Hey Thomas!
    I wanted to tell you how amazing and great your lessons are! You're explaining it very well. I can't stop practising, so much fun! 🙂 Thank you.
    Greetings from Holland

  • Sylvester says:

    Thanks Alot!
    Am Enjoying The Lessons
    Looking forward to the next Lesson

  • Dear Thomas,
    I haven't received lesson 4 today. Could you rectify this please?
    Many thanks.

    Patrick from Belgium

  • Thank you so much!!! You're a good and nice teacher.

  • Thank You Thomas for your teaching. I'm 73 years old and love music. I always wanted to learn how to play. My eye sight is failing, but love the sound of the piano. I would be thrilled if I can lean just a little. Thank you for your Talent.

  • lieven thyssen says:

    Hey Thomas, its so beatifull te way you explain it. I am happy with the results by following your lessons. Thank you, you are SUUUUUUUPER !!!

  • Hi Thomas,
    the first time I had lessons with you was when I was looking for "Für Elise" to play.It was a great luck to find you!
    The part I is already behind me! Now with the 3rd lesson , after good exercise, it will be child's play to learn the part II.
    Oh happy day! Thank you!
    Warm regards

    Elma , CH/Br

  • Duy Hưng says:

    Thank you Thomas. I’m so happy when i saw your video on utube. I’m practicing “River flows in you” :3

  • Ashim Nath says:

    Thank you so much for these lessons, in youtube, I didn't find any ordered lesson that helps to make a gradual progress. These lesson series is the best for beginner like me.

  • I am thoroughly enjoying . Waiting excitedly for my fourth lesson. You are great Thomas. God bless

  • Hi.You are the best.Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us for free.

  • Waran Charles Akonda says:

    Hello very dear Thomas, greetings to you. I enjoyed the explanation of this lesson and looking forward to develop myself every day. Thanks for your time. How can I apply both hands to master the cords and play them well? Good day
    Writing from Italy.

  • Rishabh Gauniyal says:

    I love u thomas sir, im loving this tutorials , best teacher in world❣️ , who's trying to solve our problems ❣️ we all love h sir , god bless you sir

  • Hello, Thomas, I’m a new student. I received my 1st & 3rd lesson but not the 2nd lesson. I was wondering if you had missed it. Today I received Lesson 4. Please resend my 2nd lesson, so I can continue moving to the 3rd lesson. Thank you.

  • Hi Thomas,
    Great way of teaching, well I haven't received any lessons after 3rd, can you send?

  • Shaneala wheeler says:

    Very good lesson I love the way you teach, your very funny at times ...I'm learning thank you sir

  • it is very helpful that u taught today. thank u

  • merci pour tout et bonne continuation cher professeur

  • Hi..
    Now I know what is chord for major and minor.. it's really help me ..tq so much .can't wait for the next lesson..

  • Godsway A says:

    You are the best bro, may God bless you for these wonderful work you are doing. I really like and love your teachings so far am very excited for learning these so easly. Am ready for all the up coming lessons.

  • Doris T Matthews says:

    This is great. Thank you so much. Looking forward for the next one

  • Thank you. I think I have learnt something already ..

  • Quaidjoher Duhawala says:

    Hello Sir,
    Today's lesson was very nice. The way you teach is very enjoyable!

  • Gopal Nayak says:

    Thank you v much for ur wonderful classes ...I am really enjoying it....u teach great

  • still smashed day 3 in one day, am really enjoy the lesson, look at what I have been missing all the way...

    what do you recommend Thomas, go straight and purchase the course or first finish going through all the mails you have sent me already..?

  • Jamie Davis says:

    Does above have Thomas email address I need to ask a few questions

  • Nor Zuhrina says:

    Easy to understand. Simple way to learn piano. Thanks.

  • Great - Looking forward to the next lesson Thomas 🙂

  • It’s so nice and easy understanding the 7 notes! Wonderful!Happy to see you again and waiting for next lessons!

  • Thanks Thomas It is wonderful for teaching us the piano lesson see you next time .

  • Thank you! Love to learn how to play the piano.

  • I’m am 68 and just learning to play the piano. Hopefully the saying ‘never to old to learn’ is correct. I am really enjoying your lessons- thank you.

  • Chandrajeet Mane says:

    Hi Thomas,

    I am from mumbai, Never thought I could learn a thing about piano as it was impulse purchase. Lockdown has given me some time and this is my 3rd session and it's really fun to learn from your video. Thanks

  • Hey i learnt it very easily thanks for the lessons ☺️

  • Tejaswini says:

    Hi !
    I loved the way you explained that it's so understandable.
    Love from India !

  • It's very good I am very interested in learning. Thank you for taking your time and go ing us time to really be able to write

  • Prinson chacko says:

    Thank you very much sir,
    I loved your classes..You explained everything in a simple and more interesting way. Sincerely waiting for your next class..Take care..

  • Third lesson today, will have to do this one again, really enjoying it
    Herzlichen dank ❤️

  • Siddharth says:

    You're the best teacher Thomas! Period!

  • Hi Thomas:
    I am Tracy from Beijing.
    thanks for your brilliant lessons so much! I already learned. the 3th lesson make me more clearly about chords. thanks so much! waiting for your new lesson..

  • Thank you Thomas. I enjoyed your lessons

    Best regards

  • Frerika de Ridder says:

    Thank you soooo much!! Finally I enjoy playing the piano thanks to you!!

  • You’re the wonderful teacher and wonderful musician.
    Thank you for the 3rd lessons.

  • Hello Thomas,
    I am very happy to have piano classes on my sofa with full comfort and I want to thank to you but I have a question that why people use music books and how can i play beautiful music i mean my uncle said to me to play pleasant music but i was not able to play so please make a video that how to play beautiful music.I know your videos are very informative and i am greatly Thank ful to you
    See you next time

    • Hello Aun,

      I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying the piano lessons from the comfort of your sofa! Music books are often used as they contain sheet music which helps in learning and practicing various pieces. To play 'beautiful music', it often comes down to understanding the emotion and story behind the piece, alongside technical skill. The beauty of music is subjective, so what's beautiful to one person might be different for another.

      I love your suggestion of making a video on how to play beautiful music. I'll certainly keep it in mind for future content. Keep practicing, be patient with yourself, and remember, beauty in music often lies in the emotion it conveys rather than just the notes.

      Thank you for your lovely message. See you in the next lesson!


  • I didn’t know with only 3 lessons I can play so much. You’re an excellent teacher. Thank you very very very much. Cant wait for tomorrow.

    • Hi Veda,

      It's wonderful to hear how much progress you've made in such a short time! That's a testament to your dedication and effort, as well as the magic of music. I'm thrilled that you're excited about the upcoming lessons. Your enthusiasm fuels my passion for teaching. Keep up the fantastic work, and see you in the next lesson!


    • It's a pleasure Tilemachos 🙂

  • Annette Gibbons says:

    Hi Thomas,
    Practicing with the chords and learning the actual chord major and minor has been really good,
    Thank you,
    Annette, xx

    • Hi Annette,

      I'm thrilled to hear that you're finding value in learning about major and minor chords. They form the backbone of so much music, and your practice will definitely pay off. Keep up the excellent work, and remember, I'm here to support your musical journey.

      Best wishes,

  • Thanks Thomas a lot and I found it is easier to learn Piano every day!

    Have a good day!

    • Hi Huong,

      It's wonderful to hear that you're finding the piano lessons increasingly easier each day. That's definitely the goal! Your journey in learning piano is just as inspiring for me. Keep practicing, and don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or need further clarification. Have a fantastic day!


  • Robert Godwin says:

    Thank you for lesson three. I knew about the major and minor chords but not the diminished. I like the way you do not hurry - excellent teaching method. Lesson four should be very interesting.

    • Hi Robert,

      I'm really glad to hear you're finding value in the lessons, especially in learning about diminished chords. It's important to me that everyone learns at a pace that suits them best, and it's wonderful to hear you appreciate the pace. I'm confident that you'll find Lesson 4 just as enlightening and interesting. Thanks for your kind words, and feel free to reach out with any questions you might have!


  • Hi Tom,
    first of all I would like to say thank you so much for what you're doing!
    You are an amazing teacher!
    I used to play the piano when as a child but I stopped.
    I'm 38 now and I started to play again because I love piano music and I knew something was missing in my life but I found it again!
    First song I learnt was für Alice from you, now I learn River flows in you, that's such a beautiful song, can't wait to know it all, plus your lesson...
    Vielen Dank:-)

    • Hi Monica,

      Your words warm my heart! I'm thrilled to hear you've rediscovered your love for piano music. It's never too late to reignite that passion and I'm so glad I could be part of your musical journey. Keep practicing and enjoying the process. I'm sure you'll master "River flows in you" soon. Keep in touch and don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Und vielen Dank für deine lieben Worte!


  • Roseline Faith says:

    Thank you Thomas. It's really been great learning this

    • Hi Roseline,

      Thank you for your kind words. I'm thrilled to know you're enjoying the learning process. Your enthusiasm inspires me to keep sharing these lessons. Looking forward to continuing this musical journey with you!


  • Christine Van Cauwenberghe says:

    Hello from Belgium
    I look forward to learn more You explain it very well! Thx

    • Hi Christine,

      Greetings to Belgium! I'm really glad to hear that you're enjoying the lessons and finding the explanations helpful. Your enthusiasm to learn more is really encouraging. Thank you for your kind words, and stay tuned for more lessons!

      Best regards,

  • Hello , I’m from Sri Lanka and I would like thank you for your free lessons which is so clear and valuable I have a keyboard which doesn’t have a paddle can I still play the same way as the piano?

    • Hi Indika,

      Greetings from here, and I'm delighted to hear you're finding the lessons useful! You can absolutely still learn to play your keyboard without a pedal. The pedal adds sustain to the notes, which can create a richer sound on a piano, but it's not necessary for learning the basics. You can certainly apply all the concepts taught in the lessons to your keyboard. Keep practicing, and enjoy your musical journey!

      Best regards,

  • Thank you Thomas, I find your slow and repetitive pace of teaching so helpful and look forward to lesson 4

    • Hi Jenny,

      I'm really glad to hear that you're finding the pace of the lessons helpful! The beauty of this approach is that you can truly master the basics before moving on to more complex concepts. Looking forward to guiding you through Lesson 4 and beyond!

      Happy practicing,


  • Raghav Kishore says:

    Hello Thomas,
    really well explained. You are one of the best piano teachers who i have come across online
    Thanks for this

    • Hi Raghav,

      I appreciate your kind words, thank you! It's my aim to make piano learning accessible and enjoyable, so it's always great to hear when I'm achieving that. I'm delighted you're finding the lessons useful. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions along the way!

      Keep practicing,


  • Christine Van Cauwenberghe says:

    Wonderful! Thx Thomas

    • Hi Christine,

      I'm thrilled to hear that you're finding the lessons wonderful! Your positive feedback is greatly appreciated. If you ever have any questions or need further clarification on anything, don't hesitate to reach out. Looking forward to sharing more lessons with you.

      Best wishes,

  • Thank you. I am loving these lessons. Easy to follow . I have a memory problem and I like the patience in your training.

    • Hi Bev,

      I'm really glad to hear that you're finding the lessons helpful and easy to follow. It's wonderful to see your dedication despite facing challenges. Remember, patience is key when it comes to learning something new. Please feel free to revisit any lessons as needed and keep making progress at your own pace. Looking forward to continuing this musical journey with you.

      Warm regards,

  • Hi.
    Thank you so much for your videos. You have made me understand so much. I have always wanted to be able to play. With your videos you have opened up what I thought would only be a dream. I am going to practice and enjoy it. I am so glad I found you. I am 66

    • Hello Gill,

      I'm absolutely delighted to hear that the lessons are helping you understand and enjoy the piano! It's never too late to start learning, and your enthusiasm is a testament to that. Remember, the journey of learning piano is as beautiful as the destination. Continue to enjoy your practice and don't hesitate to reach out if you need any help along the way.

      Best regards,

  • Hi,
    I like the lessons! I see my fingers are stiff, I think I can handle it. Thank you!!!

    • Hello Vish,

      I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying the lessons! It's normal for fingers to feel a bit stiff when you're first starting out. Keep practicing, and remember that patience and consistent practice will lead to improvement over time. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further guidance.

      Best regards,

  • Tony Berry says:

    Thanks Thomas

    Slow but sure and looking forward to my piano learning/playing journey with you!

    • Dear Tony,

      It's great to hear that you're on board for this journey! Remember, "slow but sure" often leads to the most meaningful and lasting progress. I'm excited to continue guiding you on your piano learning journey. Happy practicing!

      Best wishes,

  • Tee Quakhaan says:

    HI, these lessons are very easy to follow. Not too fast or too slow. wish you could teach in classrooms across the country such that children in minor grades receive a firm musical foundation. Thank you for sharing.

    • Dear Tee,

      I'm glad to hear that you're finding the pace of the lessons suitable! Your words are really encouraging, and I wholeheartedly agree about the importance of musical education for children. While I can't personally be in every classroom, I hope my online lessons can help bring music into more lives. Your feedback truly means a lot to me.

      Best wishes,

  • Thank you Thomas for your lessons so far , you are very dedicated to your art i have to put more time into practice, as i seem to get bewildered easy and i find it difficult to use my right hand and swapping my thumb, probably because i am left handed and it seems off putting to ask it to do something different.
    but i am determined to learn so i can make my son eat his words!
    Thank you once again, cheers, Peter B.

    • Dear Peter,

      I'm glad to hear you're enjoying the lessons and your determination is truly inspiring! It's perfectly normal to face challenges when starting out, especially when it comes to coordinating both hands. Remember, it's all about practice and perseverance. Keep at it, and you'll surely make your son eat his words! Always here to help if you need.

      Keep up the good work!

      Best wishes,

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Carol,

      Thank you so much for your positive feedback! I’m thrilled to hear that you've enjoyed this lesson. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!


  • raphekyola says:

    Thanks for sending this to me I'm going to start working on it

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      you are welcome.

      Have fun practicing and playing piano

  • Another great lesson Thomas I've learn another so far thank you. Your a wonderful teacher

  • I really enjoyed this and am learning a lot! ThankYou!

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Karen,
      thanks for your great feedback. I really appreciate it and I am very happy that you like prracticing with the lessons.

      Keep up the good work and have a nice day

  • Great explanation of the c major chords. Thank you

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Gabby,

      Thank you for reaching out. I apologize for the inconvenience. It seems there might be a technical issue. It could be a browser-related issue. I recommend trying a different browser or clearing your browser cache. If the problem persists, please let me know, and I'll ensure it's addressed promptly.

      Best wishes,

  • Thank you..I wish you would name the keys in each chord vs 1 up.I am not able to get to my keyboard.
    I love listening to you.
    Is there a chord book you can suggest?
    As well does the left hand play the same chords as the right hand?
    Do you have a book you wrote that we can buy?

    • Thomas Forschbach says:


      Thank you so much for your kind words and feedback; it truly means a lot to me.

      While I don't have a book, I've created a specialized course dedicated to chord training. In this course, you'll dive deep into learning and mastering all major and minor chords in various forms and inversions. It's tailored to provide an in-depth understanding of chords, and I believe it could be an invaluable resource for you. You can check out more details and access the course here:

      To answer your question about the left hand: Typically, the left hand can play the same chords as the right but might utilize different inversions or patterns, depending on the style and arrangement.

      Thank you again for your support and interest. I'm here to assist and guide you on your musical journey, and I hope the chord training course proves beneficial for you.

      Warm regards,

  • Allen Olayinka Joy says:

    Am really confused about what fingers you are using to get the chords
    Many thanks.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Allen Olayinka Joy,

      Thank you for reaching out for clarification on the chords. For this particular exercise, I am using the thumb, middle finger, and pinky finger. The thumb typically plays the root note or the lowest note of the chord, the middle finger presses down on one of the middle notes, and the pinky stretches to play the highest note of the chord.

      I hope this helps to clear up any confusion! It can take some practice to get comfortable with these fingerings, but keep at it, and it will start to feel more natural over time. If you need more detailed guidance or would like to see a demonstration, please let me know, and I would be happy to provide additional resources to support your learning.

      Keep up the great work, and don't hesitate to ask if you have more questions.

      Best regards,

  • Joseph Kaloe Munyalo says:

    Hi good afternoon this is Joseph Kaloe Munyalo from Kenya I'm enjoying in lesson 4 now may God increase more grace upon you sir

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Joseph Kaloe Munyalo,

      Good afternoon! It's fantastic to hear that you're enjoying the lesson and making progress. Your encouragement and kind words are greatly appreciated. It's always a pleasure to know that our content is reaching and resonating with our audience, and it's even more special to hear from friends in Kenya.

      May your journey through the lessons continue to be enlightening and enjoyable. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further assistance. Your success is our joy, and I'm here to support you every step of the way.

      Wishing you a wonderful learning experience and all the best on your educational path!

      Warm regards,

  • This makes so much sense .Thank you

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Mary, glad you like this lesson 🙂 You’re welcome! Glad to have you here!!

  • Gracias por compartir, tu talento, tu sabiduría, tu tiempo.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Manuel,
      thank you for joining here.

  • Andy king says:

    Hi, Thomas,
    I am really enjoying the lessons so far and look forward to the next one.

  • well looks easy enough- now i need to try to apply it..wish me luck!! I want so badly to learn it!!

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Peggye,

      Thank you for reaching out! It's great to hear that you're finding the material approachable. Remember, the key to mastering any new skill is practice and patience. I'm here to support you on your learning journey, so if you have any questions or need further clarification as you apply what you've learned, feel free to ask. Wishing you all the best – you've got this!

      Warm regards,

  • Thomas, I am really enjoying the lessons! Thank you so much!

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Cathy,

      Thank you for your wonderful feedback! I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying the lessons. It's always encouraging to know that my work is making a positive impact. If there's anything specific you'd like to learn more about in future lessons, please don't hesitate to reach out. Your input is invaluable in helping me tailor the content to better suit your needs.

      Best wishes,

  • Loving the lessons Thomas, you explain it really well 😀

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Phil,

      Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying the lessons and finding my explanations helpful. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and motivates me to keep creating content that resonates with my students. If you have any specific topics or questions you'd like me to cover in future lessons, please feel free to let me know!


    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      It’s a pleasure Thomas

  • Thomas Forschbach says:

    Dear Cindy,

    Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm truly touched by your feedback. It's wonderful to hear that my teaching approach is making a difference for you. My goal has always been to create a learning environment that's easy to understand and welcoming for everyone. Your appreciation means the world to me and motivates me to keep improving. If there's ever a topic you'd like me to cover or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. Your journey of learning is very important to me.

    Thank you again from the bottom of my heart ❤️. Your support and encouragement are invaluable.

    Warm regards,


  • I'm working on the 3rd lesson and you said to write down but it's hard to remember what you are saying to write. Can you please send me a email telling me what to do, I'm a little slow.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Janice,
      take your time and work with the lessons in your own speed.
      You can also watch the videos in slow motion. You can change the speed with the little wheel. I hope than you can follow easier and better.

      Have a nice day

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